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Sport The Latest: Ovechkin, Quick, McDavid to put up stat trophies

03:35  21 june  2018
03:35  21 june  2018 Source:   ap.org

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A few trophies awarded in Las Vegas carried no suspense because they were earned based on statistical achievements in the regular season.

Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin won his seventh Richard Trophy as the NHL's top goal-scorer, and Los Angeles' Jonathan Quick won the Jennings Trophy for the second time as the goalie for the team allowing the NHL's fewest goals.

Edmonton forward Connor McDavid is not a Hart Trophy finalist after winning the award last season as the NHL's most valuable player, but he already won his second consecutive Art Ross Trophy as the league's scoring champion. McDavid also got the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL's most outstanding player chosen by the players' union members.

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Tampa Bay's Victor Hedman has won his first Norris Trophy as the NHL's top defenseman.

The imposing Swede beat out finalists P.K. Subban of Nashville and Los Angeles defenseman Drew Doughty, who won it last season. Hedman got 94 first-place votes to 52 for Doughty.

Hedman scored 17 goals and racked up a plus-32 rating in another dominant season for the Lightning. While his 63 points were down from last season, he set a career high while playing nearly 26 minutes per game.

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Connor McDavid has won the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL players union's choice as the league's most outstanding player.

The Edmonton Oilers superstar beat out Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon and New Jersey's Taylor Hall for the first award of the night at the NHL's annual postseason gala award show in Las Vegas.

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McDavid won the award for the second straight year. He also won the Hart Trophy in 2017 as the NHL's most valuable player — but he isn't a finalist for the Hart this season, with Los Angeles captain Anze Kopitar taking the third spot alongside MacKinnon and Hall as the finalists.

The 21-year-old McDavid led the NHL in scoring for his second consecutive season, earning the Art Ross Trophy with 108 points.

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The NHL is handing out its postseason awards in its annual gala show from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The show will close with the awarding of the Hart Trophy for the NHL's most valuable player. The finalists in the wide-open race are Los Angeles captain Anze Kopitar, New Jersey forward Taylor Hall and Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon.

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